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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 10, 1882, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. Xxx. No. 14.indianapolis, wednesday May 10, 1882. Whole no. 1616assassinated./a terrible crime enacted in Cayen Disimi chief Secretary and Burke under Secretary stabbed to assault committed in Phi no a Park Dublin in Broad Dikiy act inexplicable Cavendish having done nothing injurious to the Irish cause and but entered upon a policy of Concession and conciliation. The a Sac sins Eft acc their escape the Scuiry in the Paris pro Telic opinion. Assassin action. I or Ltd Fretic Vick cd Vea it Lifilie Forster a inc Ces Jedi Aasi Vunier Secretary Burke stabbed tel a it Ventu. A Duli Liu Dis watch to the York Herald dated sunday May a says terrible tragedy occurred Here to night. Lord Frederick a Tendis the new Clief Susete Petary and or. Thomas Henry Burke the under Secretary were assassinated in Phoenix Park. About 7 30 o clock they left the Landor Secretary s Lodge to Waik Over to the Chiet Sec Mary s i Asi Dence to dinner. Alien Witlin .00 Yards of the Echo Nix Monique it they were attacked by four men wearing slouched . Tissi a posed Bat or. Burke was first assailed and stabbed through the i Art. Lord Frederick Cavendish atle pred to defend him but too was stabbed by the a Sas sins. They repeatedly Phu Iii and their to Jive. Into Ine Quot breasts of Ilu in victims and havin i Cut their throats they gut. On a car and drove rapidly from the i arc of the Chapel izod Gaie. A few minutes att award a Ian walking along the Park rond fou Iid the bodies covered with blood and at once informed the to Jice who had the bodies removed to Quot the so hens in Ospital. A slight examination As made an Ltd it was Ionut that lord Fred Erick Cavendish s Arm also broken. The news rapidly spread and created the wildest excitement and consternation in the City. Lord Spencer and the vice regal party were just going Down to dinner at the Lodge when the news was sent to them. Quot Quot my inc roof the Amily Whereat the Pera at the gaiety theater and were sent for. Ashen the cause of the departure was known the excite Niertit was intense and a proposal was made to Stoj the performance Thich was ultimately Cut Short. Lord Frederick Cavendish Only arrived in Dublin this afternoon along with Earl , the new lord lieutenant. a was resent at the India lament. Ceremony in Dublin Castle and left there with or. Burkel arly in the evening it is stated that some lads Riding bicycles in the Park saw tie attack and the murder which the work of less than a minute. Many people were a within a few Hundred Yards of the scene of the Assai Sinai on but no one appears to live been near enough to interfere and a when the bodies fir get found lord Frederick Cavendish s lips were moving As if were trying to speak but showed no further signs of consciou3oe.ss. It is needless to ads that the assassinations Are attributed to the fenian although this just pure conjecture. Tie assassins were seen Ettote Riig the Park on a car and driving rapidly along the main Road and from ail accounts they must live encountered their victims As they were crossing Ilie Road. Robbery could not have been their a object As nothing on the bodies was taken. The details of the tragedy Are As follows a boy named Jacob states that a Hile Birds nesting in the Park lie saw about 200 Yards from where lie was and close to the Road a group of men As it wrestling. thought Uliey were roughs and did not pay attention to them. then saw two met fall to the ground and four others jump on a car and drive Oil toward the Cha Behzod which lies in a direction opposite to the City. They drove at a rapid Pace and could not give any description of the men. A gentleman named Maguire and a Friend who were on tricycles shortly before had Pas amp or. Burke and lord Frederick Cavendish when on their Way along the main Road through the Park and on thir return journey the it Tutund tie chief Secretary lying in the Center of the Carriage Way and or. Burke prostrate upon the pathway. Kab gentlemen were lying in Large pools blood. They informed the Jjo lice at the Ark Gate station of what they Lead seen. Al police at once proceeded t the scene of the murder and conveyed the bodies to the Hospital. On examination it was found that or. By Trio had received several stabs near the Region of the heart and his Throat had been Cut almost completely Cross. His clothes were absolutely saturated wire blood and the Haemorrhage must have been tremendous. His clothes a Ere also torn. His gloves had been torn in Many places and his hands Boje Marks suggest a Ive of a fierce encounter his assailants. Lord Frederick did not far gloves. had a stabbed in Sev i Al places about tie Chest. One wound was through the right lung and penetrated deeply. / at the time of the dreadful occurrence the Park As might expected on a Lovely evening was crowded in Many places with people. It is a remarkable fact and one suggesting that the murderous onslaught must have been Short terrible and decisive that Many persons sitting and walking within a few Hurt red Yards of where the bodies were found heard j nothing of the affair. After the procession to Day the chief Secretary had discharged his Oili Cial duties in connection with the Remony of instal ton and immediately returned on an out-5 car to Pic unix Park Gate. When walk toward the Vise regal Lodge met or. Buirke and both gentlemen proceeded of Gerber. No arrests have been made up to 2 o clock tins sunday morning. No one is allowed to go into the Hospital which is guarded a Large Force of police. All the available Force of constables is out searching for the assassins. There is a Strong guard of military it the vice fifth Lodge. Kartlie details of the atrocious killing of lord Cavendish and under Secretary Burke. Loh Doh May 7.�?a correspondent at Dublin telegraphs As follows Quot a gentleman informs that about 2 a it clock saturday afternoon saw a country car a f Peculiar build driving through Grauten Street. It contained four very suspicious is looking Fellows with blackened faces and wearing slouched bats pulled Down in i sont so As to some extent conceal their faces. Quot the victims of the tragedy Are Laid out on Beds in the Hospital just As they were brought in Quot the Hospital surgeon states that fan fancied Felt a slight pulsation in Quot Burke s body when first saw it. Telegrams were immediately sent to All police stations in Ireland and great Britain giving information of the Rau Der. Quot it has been asserted that under Secretary Burke walked from the Castle to the Park Gate where go it on a car and while driving through the Park overtook a . Or. Burke alighted from the car and accompanied the gentleman who was undoubtedly lord Frederick Cavendish on foot. The Carman returned to the City. Burke bad Long been regarded with extreme lbs Faroe by Quot the nationalists of Ireland. Quot the police Are of guard at the scene of the murder in order to prevent interference with the pools of the murder must have been quite visible from the windows of the vice regal Lodge. Reform of the present session once As the Amend it to the land act would under Gladstone s personal supervision and i believe reforms would somewhat postponed. I cant not concede that any Section of the people of Ireland could have plotters deliberately against the 3iie of lord Frederick and 1 Aast surprised that the Dublin police who had been so tvs to protect or. Forster should apparently 3iot have taken and Steps to that cd Over his his Cessor during the few hours 5>f his office a life in Ireland jibe seems Quot to an tin it . The conservative Papen Pilot the speech of beggar my. To the Cork farm cts club in March 1880, extolling the example of tit nihilist Hartman. At the 7s�nined inquest la Dublin ic>i3ay John Bon Gove tement and Majolie with Conci Merabie emotion. The pall 2all Gazette 8&y�it is Unden stood the ministry to postpone the proceed dts rules and the a bold of the rest of fee a Essieu occupied with Uriah business. The Irish tidies of Dublin Tsflya Earl speaker had arranged of saturday to Rel Teasdall sus pasts. Happy destiny piti��i<3ing Over Feland which la always comes at a moment Tihen there u5 ept eighty of tuesday seems some Chan ii for the Coo Iviry to Gladstone to-d.%re5>l7in, Sotov the Hopes of her Best Friend i Hope the Quot people of Ireland will take in mediate and practical Steps to express sympathy with or. Grads Janein his Moy painful Davitt said Quot no language i 3&n possibly Conj and can the Hor air with whisk i regard the carders or Ray despair at their consequences. When i Wieard of hem saturday night 5could not credit the new.=. I Grieve to thine when the had Jast run a risk in introducing a new policy a Ben everything seemed Bright and to Petal when All the to cease this terrible event Sho Tild dash our Hopes. I wish to god i had never left Pivot land. The crime was without motive. It is blow that has Ever from his bed room Winslow but the police it trn us to the Are or Able to vouch for the accuracy of the Rumor. Earl Spencer to whom news a i ii rat broken by col amp Nel Caulfield. Was terribly shocked. It is stated intends to resign Iii mediately. Do Wilra May 7.�?orders have Beeti issued that All boats from Rolandi searched for the assassins. The face of lord Frederick Cavendish As Lay dead in the Hospital is Calm and peaceful. Burke s countenance has the look of great agony. Captain Ross late Secretary of or. Forster has it gone with a spec a report and As tie representative of Earl Spencer to London. Burke s sister Lias become hysterical and weak. Hie report that she and or. Burke of brother were missing had no found Tiou. It was reported that to Day or. Burke was a victim whose Assissi nation had Beeti planned and that lord Frederick Cavendish was Only killed because a was in Burke s company. The s in ii est. The inquest on the bodies of the victims was opened to Day. Twenty jurors bad been summoned Over night and All answered to their names except two. The jury consisted of Gont Loman. Mounted police occupied tie Hospital Yard. There was a Large Bowd of people outside. Or. Whyte the City Coroner said summoned the jury to meet sunday in. Order that the Rena Ains might removed a St once. declared Itiat language was inadequate to express the Ligator and shame which All must feel. After the jury had viewed the bodies the Broner stated the cause of a St was quite apparent but that would adj urn the inquest till monday for formal evidence. A ill Sotl l Ort Glai it Stone. A meeting of conservatives a held san Day afternoon. Sir Stafford North route mar Quiaot Salisbury and All prominent members of the last conservative Cabinet were p event. The an hour. Resolutions Weie passed expressing horror at the deed sympathy with the government and the willingness of the opposition to support the government with their whole strength in coping with the murderous state of ii Norland. Sir Stafford Northcote said doubted Wheil a the go Verm men t would proclaim martial Law but that they did they might reckon on the support of the conservatives. Hostile a nil iss nations there have been hostile Mai it ii station amp in London against i it Avitt and several released suspects staying at the a Westminster Pali ice hotel. One respectably dressed person had been forcibly removed from the hotel. These Are merely an Index of Public feeling. Nothing serious Mas occurred. Convert Ion in Public and in resorts generally is in favor of some kind of martial Law. A meeting of the Irish parliamentary party is convened for mor it Day. It was rumoured last evening that two Aien had been arrested in conc Orion with the assassination but the report proved unfounded. The Duke of Devonshire the father and tie Marquis of Martinj ton the brother of lord fret Lerick , have started for Dublin. It is thought a Syible the House of commons will adj Man shortly after meeting to Day As a Mark of sympathy. It was announced officially sunday that there was not a slightest foundation for the report of the impending resignation of Earl Spencer. Condolence. London society beginning with the Queen who sent a Telegram of condolence to the family of lord Frederick Cavendish Lias made a demonstration of sympathy As remarkable As that which occurred on the death of Garfield. Many columns of the morning papers Are tilled with the names of those who called to express sympathy with the relatives of lord Frederick. The remains of lord Frederick will conveyed to England tuesday and interred at Chatsworth on wednesday. B0eke Rore warned. Dublin May 7.�?maguire, one of the men who discovered the remains says that Only nine or ten minutes elapsed Between his meeting Cavendish and Burke alive and Well and finding their corpses. It is believed that Burke was aware that his Niove ments were dogged. had frequently been advised to have an escort Bui always refused. Early this morning in of Der to allay sex meet orders were sent from Dublin Castle to Clear away the blood at the scene of the murder and the police guarding the spot were withdrawn. There will an indignation meeting of citizens of d Dublin monday the mayor presiding. A huge subs Rii Tion As a Rew Ard for information leading to the discovery of the murderers is talked of the daily news reports that when Parnell heard of the murders lie was at first in Cline to resign Liis seat in parliament and withdraw for the present from politics. The advice of influential friends some not belonging to his own party induced him to giv6 up his intention. The news in a leading article says Quot the government is not Likely to carried away by passion or panic. Gladstone is tried As no Public Man. Of our time was Ever tried before but will know How to meet tiie _ Paronen Davitt Dillon and Sexton condemn tie assassination in interviews and Issue a manifesto to the people. London May 7.�?Parnell and Davitt have spoken upon the assassination. Parnell said Quot i am horrified More than i can express. This is one of the most atrocious crimes Ever committed. Its effect must certainly most damaging to the interests of the Irish people. I have always found lord Frederick Cavendish a most amiable gentleman painstaking and strictly cor.8oietious in the fulfilment of his official duties. 1 i did not Sharetha disappoint Merit expressed in Liberal Irish circles regarding his appointment As i anticipated that the principal been struck at the land Leassie but one c5 the most blows which has been sustained by the National Eai Jse during the v last Century. Its occurrence at this particular Iun Turc seems like a terrible destiny i my Only to Tje is that the Cabins May i a a it of a a on prod Ennis lips a a Thev deserve i. London Quot 5.�?every part of the Clouss of d pc covered ask punish Ca Ney Reserve. Crowded it is wonderful How the out it see could Aher Noor at i 2� a and wife cur within a fat or Hundred Yaray of the con Jig eat Send in a Ireail us sub voice moved Stab ulary depot Quot a i Adji mement of the Hoiss. said the Blacl Quot rally a in an interview said deeply deplored the set Ntow Ful tidings. fully concurred in the opinions on a outrage expressed by Parnell and Davitt. Sexton said Quot i am Beikler and and horrified. 1 regarded lord Frederick Cavendish As an amiable and pains taking gentleman. was certainly consider Reid a a capable administrator. The Tir St feeling on the appointment of lord Frederick was undoubtedly one of disappointment but it began to gradually understood or. Glads Jone sent him to irela a to have the advantage of ser Tice of one wit i whom had Long worked Phareby enabling him to apply his Awn will More freely let the Irish Dilia cuties. There is no reason to believe there was the slight est personal feeling against lord Frederick in any political Quarter of Island. I can not help surmising must have been mistaken by the murderers for some one else. A or. Burke had been connected a via a the Castle for Many years. Public feeling from time to time identified him with Many harsh measures but Well informed persons have always held that or. Burke confined himself vigorously to his duties. was rather averse than to concerning himself with political matters. was very Little known to the a Dublin . was present and unrecognized at. The great political meeting in the Pho mix Park last Sui timer. belonged to a land owning family. Many i Leopie have for a believed him to real governor of Ireland. The crime is More inexplicable when one considers the Good Tetu per of the crowd at rejoicing Over the release of the suspects Quot a Sexton the new departure of the government has not yet shown its effects in local admin a tuition. La silent and special still continue to ladies and connected with the Vitorts to shelter evicted tenants. The representations of the Iris a members in the House of commons had fruitless so far As ciui.= ing the Antii crities to discourage police brutalities. Sexton pointed out particularly the tiring on the people at Ballina it is perfectly notorious said if the authorities continue to allow the police to exasperate the put Ople and then take Advt image of their exasperation and shoot them Down it must futile to expect any Good results from the promises of legis Louive improvement. Justin Mccarthy,.replying to a interviewer said was in a state of consternation and fully agreed the results to disastrous to the Irish cause at least for seme time Biggar deeply Deply red the tragedy and said u All the More lamentable As lord Frederick Cavendish was one of the least obnoxious of the Liberal members. She Manike amp to. The following manifesto Al the land league was adopted this afternoon at a hurriedly Sun Money meeting at Westminster Palace hotel to the people of Ireland on the eve of what seemed a Bright future for our country that evil destiny which Lias apparently pursued us for centuries has struck at our Hopes another blow which can not exaggerated in its disastrous cons to deuces. In this hour of sorrowful gloom feature to give expression to our profoundest sympathy with the people of Irel Aaili in tie calamity that has befallen our cause Ali rough this horrible deed and with those who determined at the last hour that a policy of conciliation should supplant that of terrorism and National distrust. earnestly Hope that the attitude and action of the Irish people will show to the world that an assassination such As startled us almost to the abandon meet of Hope of our country s future is deeply and religiously abhorrent to their every feeling and is Tinct. Appeal to you to show by every measure of expression that amidst the Universal feel iut of horror which the Assas Siua Tiou has excited no people feel so deep a detestation of its atrocity or so deep a sympathy with those whose hearts seared by it. As the nation upon whose Prosperity and reviving Hopes it May entail consequences More ruinous than Tho a that have fallen to the lot of unhappy Ireland during the present generation. feel that to act that has Ever been Perpe tried in our country during the struggles of Thuc past fifty years has so stained the name of hospitable Ireland As this cowardly and unprovoked of Friendly strangers and that until the murderers of Cavendish and Burke Are brought to Justice that the stain will Sully our country s name. Signed s. Fauney a. John Dillon. All Irish members heard from concur in this declaration. Orders for the immediate printing and pasting of the Mam festo throughout Ireland Piave been Given. Parnell has sent telegrams to the mayors of Dublin Cork Waterford and Jim Erick it suggesting immediately Call meetings of their respective corporations to denounce the crime. A additional particulars of the killing of ire land s ctr Lef Secretary one o3 the assassins arrested the inquest Dublin May 8.�?a Man named Charles Mooter was arrested on suspicion at Maynooth. bad travelled by the 4 o clock train Frosi Dublin. stated had intended to go to Longford but feeling ill had taken a ticket for Maynooth. Alii Ost fainted when arrested. 3peturne�� from America Friday last. A answers Tbs description a one of the Nair Dereis and has Marks on his 3&ce. To was formerly in the army. Moore has been Bio Gist to Dublin for identification. Moore has a number of a winds about his Bedy. 3t is reported that another arrest has bean effected at Kildare an Arootian who. Visited the scene of the murder scrutinized the foot prints around the spot and distinctly recognised the Marks of a pee Aliar Broad toed Boot commonly worn by Irish americans. Cock May 8.�?the Herald deprecated the idea of martial Law in View of the tremendous Armani i stations of pc Tuic feeling in Ireland a Bowling there la absolutely no sympathy for Thev assassins. 8.�?johnson, the attorney general for Ireland temporary ties the chief Lone s Fate. I it Leute giant a get Long and companions found dead. The by Miles i Iscore red by native 3iea r the month of the Lena. Gladstone , replying to six Condo Len Ciss air Unis Kip ii Viceroy of Ludia Telegraph let a object of this to Flack set is plain.? to arouse a a a giant passions and is Sabatier to amp a relations Tvr Ejra great Britain and Ireland. Z Lle St. James get of Etta it ays a ii action has been Imide to the lord Ife Yor of Lor Loii to Call amp Tingin Guild Hal to t?.e tit been do Shelve parliament cd the ground in a belief of man7 i it it reals and Consor Vailles Desir a to elect Anothy to parliament Donc More with tie reign of Murat in Ireland. The says Quot it is now thought a Vve widish and bi�.-i�� were both Clibe Ransly selected for assassination. During Trio Troia Sion in Duff Lin saturday a Ina Iii Nirid Thiee times Viether Caven Dic i ii it the proves Sioux the Ohui Jec rotary at la St lifted his a tax Tolci his Imra a. The Ryan replied thank a a a uth it it will two men on Hogeback a process i in a there were eight Gapin a sounds in the of Cave udi i acid eleven in that of Burke. In tithe House cd of mme on. The search to continued of and his associated. I a to arty of Sise Crew a a the Relie Ste Aniqa Rodgers Lee with a a a in vessel. Dead. Ike is o f the and horror it excited through o St the entire in Dom were Napata reeled. La inra Tler of 15u said they had been robbed of one of and most members of the civil Kervine. But the Hancl of the Assassin j Rind come .-Uer Chiae and of Xii Tho noblest i Hoai to had it .ease3 beating while full of Hope and lov<3 for Ireland. As far As Wix Sconci irked All previous arranged Aeilts must recast thursday next glads too would ask the House for Lawsto Lutr Duce a Ino asure for a Rei re5-Sion schema in Ireland. believed worm Tom All quarters of time House. On a Early Day would Iii Rod Iee i measure dealing with the i vestion of arrears of Rte it. Sit Stafl Ord Northcote seconded the motion of Gladstone Lor Foj adjourn Merit. promised the oppo Iliou would support the govt Sineni on the Meade Quot it uses for is Presston of crime. To considered the Oev Tsiou Soo said for More the in a passing tribute of respect to a deceased. Imp. Yii Rnell the detestation of All irishmen for the crime. said to believed it was committed in order to frustrate his abuse. did not deny that the government might compelled 10 trek a Steps to restore Ord or i i Ireland. was of the opia Ioa this crime was the work of those whom no had opposed. Forster just retired irom the chief Secretary ship of i a i anal James Lowther who held that Olliee under the last conservative administration Eulogy Iid under Secretary Burke for Hisun wearying Diligence. The to Theu adjourn cd until thursday a i5l�w at to duh land i.\c�u3- the Newcastle chronicle Joseph Cowan Radical Mem Are of parliament proprietary says Quot the Crim i is regarded As even More of the land league than at the government there need no Coli Coalmont of the fact that Barthell wrote a letter est Russing approval of the speech of glad Stogie by the holy Bill it was in Monse one Noe of that speech the recent approach to conciliation the pall ill Gazette takes Tho Telegram of Gladstone in reply to the Marquis of Ripon s Cou Dolenz get As a text for a article it says the american fed Mai 3liad made no of their designs. There Vas a Iee Ial grounds for thinking the fat so piece of Rodj of their Piu thud been loj some weeks close a Viand. The prospects of Pacifica tinn of the country were calculated to disgust the it Treme pro nisus. It is probable thought they hid drawn lots for an attempt on the life i Forster but had been baffled. The change in the policy of the government his Only must to them More refute in their do term Iri Alioa to.jltblish a blood feud Between Ireland and eng lated there is eve a sign that Toliese Odi Ous calculations will walked. The atrocity of the crime will for the moment rally the Irish to the Side of order. Nothing makes this More cer Tai i than that the policy of arbitrary arrest has been abandoned. The general tone of the English press is most reassuring. Osts Ide of London no Liberal organization Flavois a Retreat from the Nev policy in Ireland. The.-Ctreme nationalists Lead tiie Way in denouncing the crime. The London times stands absolutely alone in the attempt to turn this appalling catastrophe into a Calum Nious personal at tajik find in Mous attempt to in iame National i it Zissi Lens. If the two Mui Dereis had been at the Elbow of the Leader writer Thoy could not have Dieta Ted words More admirably Cal nisted to serve their ends. A Mee Piug of the you serval Ive party a sly a Hel let at Carleton cd Tab to Day. In was merely formal. I was House of . London., May 8.�?in the House of Loris Earl Grui Iville noved an adjournment till to Morrow. delivered a Eulogy on Frederick Cavendish who said had us tiered a Slio eking death bit honorable fur had fallen in the service of his country. Lord Salisbury seconded the motion. remarked though a this was not the Occa to for political observations had no doubt the course taken to night would Only a prelude the. A Stern and vigorous action. Earl Cowper sense of the irreparable loss which the country has sustained. The Duke of Marlbrough Fally concurred in the sentiments Eydi missed by Earl Cowper and referred to thereat services of Burke. Lord Tari in Ford Spolite in a similar Strain. Tha House . The head of the London police describes the evidence which the Irish police lava to work upon very a Quot Eagle. thinks there is to doubt Many arrests on suspicion should Laade. The official and private residences of Ilia Sisters Are now guarded by special constables. The latest information from Earl Spencer shows there is some evidence indicating the existence of a plot a Mfd not Only at Irith government but also at the head of the Liberal party hence the above pro cautions. Lady Ca Quot a quote a pish. Limiti Assam ant comiuan�jfe7 of tie can Bette an Elf brio Compano Ivy Souiad dead a ih3 a to is Quot May 5.�?3-screta.ry Chandler received to night the i6i3owiqg Telegram Fri from end Jiheed Melville Akkra ask May 5 1�s2. To the sir teary of by a washingto2> a. A. United states of America Lena j &�.ta, March 311�?found Liong and part dead. Fonz and All papersi>7id books. Coa tin sear the for cd i up. 1 signed Melvilie new Yoi rss. 3iay 5.�?i&s following Bias Quot Jast been received Cable to thar a Laferald. Irkutsk say 5.�?morning�?the Follo Iii dispatch has just been received Here by spec Al co Wrigt from Jackson Herald Corre it pendent on Hilt a Way North to she Mouth a tha Lena Lipi Patch no. Era May acceptable to both insure and a men and rollers. La moist Atmos Lutfe Sho tied that these Boies Are less Quot i at alls cent role to rapid combustion Wei a or it air Madkiff them in amiable and Gei Arater electricity from belts and so Forth. A of tar dete rained their Quot ignition Tom mended the Uge of a vet Nib thermos Tarter constantly in the Mills and on its in Jija Tion of dry Bess the i infection of live steam into the Atis sphere. This is 3 simple expedient and would undoubtedly mitigate if not prevent explosion. Other ass rations of the lecture were voted to Ehe Missry of wheat a with microscopic illustrations i a Ozy Hidre Gen Light of forms Soffio Vunder the old milling process and gradual eduction of the system now being Tuiai Veroff adopted. The Gove Rizor of the state other prominent citizens were present in the audience. Voorhees vindicated Jim. Athertob of Kentucky the i stories that corp met Iii deuces there serf to secure tie passage i tue whisky Iii. Lgiri3. Ville ., a 4.�?j. to bettor tie procaine it distiller of this City Jho a Nita the original stateia�nt3 Sorre Days age relative to the corrupt ability of lobby get and rie\vs54iper correspondents at washing Tor grow Itig out of the refusal of the friends of tie whisky Bond Extension Bill of Emple to assist in securing the passage of the Bill Anil the alleged Tbs eats of Jwo jobs a lists to get a Ven will Public it a the of now Iii explanatory statement in to courier journal to Morrow r Louis i ., it Sim to the co or Jou Isal the commercial of Tbs City in the 28tli of april published an interview Psi Ween myself and o of its reporters concerning the Bill Extin diag the a bed Pilod of distillery spit its pending in the Senate. The con via Saviou which appears in lie shape Quot of this inti View was casual not taken Down 5i?. Writing at the time for submitted Bescoe publication. In fact i supposed at 4he time i was giving information to the reporter for an a it tide expected to prepare on the s3hject, a i 1 had done several tires previously to reporters and did not know Tumi saw the the next the Grain ration Haj been reported As an inter iet7. I glanced has try at the article and if id the paper aside a feg been very my cd of the time a Ince in the country and did not Road the entire interview Nail morning Honce the delay of this statement. In reply to the question of tiie reporter what a the source of to oppose Niibu to the Bill Quot image but one statement of ,.to-wit offers of Aid in presenting and passim or the Bill male to men of the hour. Quot some Are bom great some achieve for Eaines ads one have great Tiess thrust upon care. Deep. Quot or Ostrach in t District o of v to rho y Vensk april 10, 1ss2. J a Rumor is current Tunguska passing the Bil t Quot Quot while in Wasbin ton last Terby persons Bown tic a that have Raen have been found by. The fungus at the Mouth of the Lena. They describe one As wearing a Gold a aced uniform. Norco a tells Captain Lonj wore his uniform coat under Liis Ulster at the time ii Landing. I give this As a Rumor but it is remarkable that t in news spreads among she fungus with great Speed. Jackson dispatch no. 2.1 fort i Miles from cd ainu each aprlv.12, 188-2 a Quot a c6ssack Esta Fette special a spress has arrived Liere with dispatches bringing the news the bodies of Captain do a Long and t n Mendive been found All in one spot. takes sealed dispatches Shiori you will receive with this. Jackson London. May Freder Fei Cavendish left Loudon to Day for Chatsworth. Prior to her departure a Lidstone called upon her to bid her Farewell. And both were my h overcome during the interview. After lady Frederick Cavendish had left Here a t/-3legram for her a i Aca the ladies Laud league was received expressing the Hope she did not believe the Lrich people were sunk so Low As 50 a murder one who had brought peace Liering to Ireland. A Large crowd gathered in Downing Street the Cabinet a jelling wiu5 in Progress watching with great interest fur any Audi it Iati ii of the not Iii of tha government. The Eric will another Cabi Iet Council to mor Row. There was also i great Towd outside of the h h use of common at the opening to Day. Blight a a acid lord Selborne were Reci ived with mixed Urt in Giaui get and groans. Gladstone was booted in the Palace Yard As was also Brad Lauglin but Forster was cheered. A cl.3s. To Tea . It is reported on the Best authority that the Esur Igou Taining four persons was seen saturday nig ivs Dri Virog out of Cnoc Mamon Gate Aba Iii Stark in the direction i of Luea i and that the horse skis covered with foam and Aast. This Raport i it Kob Oates the evil hence Given at the to Day and if the police can Tomow no this clue thei a is some Hope of the Capluci a of them str deters. I a largely att Ondea. Meeting of Tho of the City of held Over by the mayor. Solutions. Were it a kind.x.ressiug horror and Letesia Jan at the or fwd in Diijon and declaring until thu it perpetrate is Are to you it to Justice irishmen most feel dish stored. The corporations of Cork Loudon Durvy. Wexford Tandili Mariete have taken similar i Ilion. To in Citable to Lorston Quot May a Tho winches of guardian a save the crime is. Traceable to the in Nian party recruited mainly from Ain Irica who a twin in terse red when they saw probable. St says there is a desperate and malignant cons Psar Acar limited to a Small a Amber of persons. The press association announces it is Ena orfed to state Forster has neither accepted nor Bema offered the office of Chi amp i Secretary for ire3ac.is. $5,000 Reward fs014 Boston. Boston. May 8.�?John Boyle o Beilly and Patrick a. Collins have telegraphed to up Janell authorizing a Reward of 85,000 on behalf of the irishmen of Boston for the aspire Henson of the stir dears of Cavendish and Burke. New Yoek May 8.�?the Brit so government will pass a la Reward through the British Consul general of this City to and one in America Purul shrug a clue to the Taux doers of Cavendish and but few. The dead Kaplor a. Lieutenant George w. i one United states Navy commander of the ill fated Ivinette was born in new York City in 1814, and was appointed an acting midshipman october 1, 1801 Aud in the Ordinary course of promotion was made a lieutenant in 1809. In 1873 was appointed navigator of Relief ship Juniata and sent to the Arctic to relieve the survivors of the Polaris. Lieuten ant Long was selected for the command of t Jie Jeannette is petition on account of his rare fitness for such a work. A Man of magnificent physique Iron Quot Vytill and perfect knowledge of the problem to solved by the successful Issue of Auch a journey was attend in All for the to amp a. On the St of july 187sv sailed out of the Golden Gate. As before stated Long had already seen service in the Arctic whither went in la to in the Juniata to search for the survivors of the ill fated Polaris. Here fell under the fascinating of Tho Northern Sphinx like Franklin and so Many other famous explorers who have essayed a solution of its mystery. Alt Tough had investigated the Bairn s Bay route and was informed of the advantages and disadvantages of the fran Josef route preferred to try to reach the supreme spot by an untried Way and so Selestow the route vis Bering Strait. Aseff Litant surgeon James mar Jiam Marshall Ambler was born in Fauquier county Vermont in december 184s. was tha son of a physician and was educated at Washington and Lee College Vin inia and graduated in 1870 from the uni Hersity of Maryland with Honor. Medicine for three years in Baltimore and joined the Navy in Jerome j. Collins scientist and. So dial correspondent of the new y Ork Herald was born in Cork Ireland in 1841. a son of or. Mark Collins a merchant and manufacturer and a member for Twenty two years of the town Council. was a Pupil of sir John Benson and was engaged for Many years at engineering works in America and Europe but eight years ago abandoned his profession to organise the Herald weath amp a Bureau. Collins was in hear ice of the land parties of the Jeannette. Members of the Crew composed the remainder of Long s party As follows Carl August go Ritz Seaman. A. Dressier Seaman Isom Steward. Heivry Helnor Kapok Seaman. Alexy chinaman..orge w. Boyd Carpenter. Waiter Lee. Machinist. Hairs h. ?.i died october 6 nails Ivo Seii Seaman. In common parlance As lobbyists. That these of firs were not accept cd 1 stated to the Repe Ter 1 had heard so my 1 left Wall Hington in february that threats to Dat the Bili were made in the lobby but in do instance a Hen lobby Aid Sis of feed was there to my kno it ledge any suggestions of any improper or illegitimate Means to pm played nor was the name of any senator or Naem of Congress mentioned to Eye by any lobbyist. Or my claim made that the Bibby or any Mech Ber of it Cotile Contr ii or influence any member of the House Striate on any Olk Cial. I was not approached then and have not been approached since by any Corre so 3deut of the press for any improper purpose. In View of the for Jaing statements of what i said on the above Occi ision it is manifestly unjust to the gentlemen who desired employment to Aid in passing the Bili to give Nantes and thereby subject them to suspicious misconduct which seems to Hoating around Washiington. This is All that concerns the Public. Whatever else i said or May have said to Royters was nothing More nor less than individual opinions which i honestly maintained and had right to express. The remainder of or. Atherton s article is devoted to the statement of his connection with the pending Bill and of reasons Why referred to the Washington lobby. was much Suruj sgd a the violent and unjust article which appeared in the new York Herald of april 21, headed Quot Only fifty feared that article was the Quot result of representation by a it arties who had threatened to defeat him. Or. Ather ton pronounces the charges in the Herald article As untrue in every particular aria says no ring now exists in Kentucky nor has one Ever existed. What would have induced tic attack gave the alleged inform coition is unknown to Hini but conceding the threats and charges in the article at onco suggests sinister influence of embittered enemies. Commander do Long of the ill-fatei5 Jeannette expedition Moji experiences no Fate More terrible than death by starvation a to have the Demon hunger gnaw at vitals until death relieves his suffer Iob. To Ihu Hving the aspect is Only the More i grisly under the resection that such things can i and do of Csc Quot Iti this world of plenty. And Pray a to Hare or trill accrue to Mankind la offset or aft sate the sacrifice of life in this last i Sjay attempt to move the chimerical theories and Jii warranted Dye Yeti Ionson a jew Day dreamers the Story of the Long in apis Monroe it in the ice it l so dking a of the a a Aunette and the subsequent pc i is. Private once sex ppm area Aud a Afif rings of the Jll-�itef5expl<berh a Tei of their masterly Retreat i8 will out a Paia Illel in the Long a of Ai Eti cited a raters. To Quot inter of a do ii Oug cd ice hummocks and Ithra Hugh patches of water for three Long dreary months bid or a ships and a drawbacks which d useless Bruit tip ies of discouragement to his a Vitou cheat even though it been said a know no at no to ice during this journey wore they out of i3in-��iate danger. At last they kitted to Roeii sea my Iaun ebed their frail b<i3t&.lbav"�ng Theip sledges Aad a Large Quantity of provisions on an ize ii a and set sail for land. All went Well until Ai storm name up �31.,1 to the of the night Tho parked co sap Iny. Long s boat a /nde<3 Witbro a Tav Milss in a settlement on the Les a Stiver sept Saber it to key had been on rations since Auguste and consequent in i Jere in am Alnio St exhausted condition when th8&Quot Laivo i was made. A. False Chart or the perv-3rs?.ss of Fale led them to turn their backs to Rte see Lei sent Aud trudge on into the Wilder-.-�, where they Mes Timeir death. Two of the. Party were a ent Ahe Iid for help who a Odd in a starving condition by the natives but t. Luter storms has set in and the natives Couch not persuaded to go in Sareh of the Iii eds. As is Well known lieutenant Dane no Junior boat succeeded in Landing among the natives and a Rejis saved. Lieutenant Chipp and a igbt7 Jien in the second Cutter have never been h Eai from. And Danenhauer thinks the boat Cap is Zech in jute Stotis. Such in Brief is the Story of die <ar.ii��-. Tie records and papers were found in car the dead bodies and soon the Public will by a Row a she last chronicles of the dead heroes. A t to car twi islands were discovered and located of i to Tiff arts. Cui Bono the Walton Tillat. A Ivi Oei feared by the authorities the jail Viiar it Ted tiie i Ync War denounced. Gre ins3urg,ind., May. 8.�?to-Morrow is the Day for the trial of mis. Walton charged with complicity in the murder of her husband and the reputed Paramour of Garrett the Man who was Meb befit Here two weeks ago. As the Day approaches the pulse of the Community faster. And the dread collect tilds of the scenes that transpired on the eve Cal of Garrett the ill fated Man Anc Jast. To heighten of Ciai singled dread Vas rumoured Trtat sheriff Stout had Reee Ivad Laite Sirom St. Omer warning him. To Oil the Lookout that the negro Vas in danger of mob violence. Whether the sheriff gave Ere Saoe. To the letters or Nat last night placed a Guarill about the jail. The City marshal and Deputy and four others armed to a in Teeth were inst Ruosi to keep a , and i3i-Case Ovid Angeir to sound the Tir i alarm. The guard kept a sit haul watch and those in. The secret were startled 2 o clock by the expected fire Dell Bui it proved to a amp the Burrini of a stable and contents consisting of Hay etc., 4nd, a Arriage Bellej gang Tot or. Cooj. Long s party originally consisted i of fourteen Jav have Bergk the work of Iino luding himself All of whom. or it Mav been fhe with the exception of w. 3- a Nir Derman fear incendiary or it May a a a a been the denier and lot a Philip Noros Seaman. Who Potof Thadrea Dod mob to draw the attention of wove pent ahead in search of Relief october and Foi Tud in a starving condition by natives. Pho Story of those in the Whala boat Danen Iii Izier s party is familiar to everyone though n it tidings have Beau received Fram she Pecoud Cut under com nand of Chip and it i Ore than prob Ible. That and his companions have met witl. Louis Fate. Chip s Iyo Ere Captain Wiiliam Dunbar,.ice Piot. A Sweatman carpet Tor s Maia a. S. Hor Aelli. Star shaman. 11. D. , Sacaan. Albern i Kiihne Ega Siik Peter. Johnson Seaman. The loss of the Kopocs confirm ii. Wast a Tox may4i�?-Secretary chs idler has received the following dispatch to from Lieut giant Bej by Igainia Niider of the. Lin led Rogers 4. Hon. W. H. H is pfc Sfeir Tai Yoi the nfcjy.,. Wasa Ingston Trifi Rogers by fire of Ignatin in the Fere hold november so. Of torts to Savaii the Shii it were Vena Vaing. T people landed Safe w ,5h through she Yoi Fng Itje. This Ane quartered in a native s House a Little cloth ing and. One Montun s provisions. Were saved. Native ii to it i. Is abundant. No danger of . The Beju or of a dispatch is cd Ronie. R. N. Siff by so die a Olymse Siberia. Maeh a 18s>. The cities is Aud guards irom Tho jail. It is reported Fiat a body of Cien were Ien in an unfree i Quested locality at Lio Tiro Hundred Yards rarest of the jail. A Tho sheriff has declared has intention of keeping the jail guarded until after the negro shall have testified Amin the pending trial lieutenant John a. Cd a knit Haubry. Thibo officer of . Jeannette. The arrival of lieutenant Dannenhauer with a oth Essof the Crew of the Jeannette those who Weri Ianc Jed at the a Osth of Tho Liena in boat no. 3�?ej�o5 str. Peters tire in Friday of last week has been Chron it so in our news columns. So38hg Iwabe Arctic world remains unexplored Theca Lilby found daring men who from love of and Isth nso. Or in the interest of science will gladly Ai a do Unter tse dangers and difficulties of Polar exp editions. To such intrepid spirits the Wor Flo s its Progress. ,. Lii it ii ant Dannenbauer was born in Cmeago-in.l849l Acle Gra it fuated from the naval Academy in Mistou id 8ervsd>somfr Vears with the european Sapad Puii i on Board the Juniata. is a Brave Aad amp Ayaji Seq Lisbe Ltd Young Quot officer and if Ever , of rather if Ever have need to Empio a the proposed new War ships in Active ser vice. Sitf is representative Young american will by sure to heard from. A big Bize. Court Hoase at Pittsburg a Sass of one person killed. I May 7.�?the most destructive isre that Bas taken place in this City since it i Mech Able riels of 18-7t occurred to Day. Fri a coif to House,.of rather the principle a portion of it is amass of ruins. About a paper has been put fuck a dilation for signers 12 smoke was seen issuing from Mill dust As an Ekx Plosive Louisville k., May 4.�?the state Millers association met in the Board of Trade rooms this afternoon. The Welcome address was made by Charles Ballard of this City and response by pre indent Potts of Richmond. This evening professor Tobin lectured on explosions and made some remarkable experiments which went to show conclusively that flour and other Fine organic dist under conditions May become As explosive a3 gun powder. At the close of the expert Zients advanced a new theory on Mill disasters a bib. Seemed Gen that toe people of i Decatur coun its deplore Tab Law and do Nance the Lynching Garrett. Tutie to Spirer rec tide the crime of Garret is condemned Iai bitter terms by Tia the Loia rented them cd Altsen to have been written with i. The Quot View of enlist lbs thase amp lament of the Community in the int Cass is of the mob. the Lynching. I dealt. From a. Bxs stoic oils canse Miaw Atli May 3i�?albert Soleski Quot Merit of i with Bis intended Bride last Sund to Iii Vite few Ness to t a wed Itin which was to occur . left the girl at a Faience c a Abd told her to. Stay until a ant to Aizic tej Friend s to. Visit him. was not Sein Sherward until Torday whets was i Ukia Uii conscious. By the Roadside fifteen Tavles from town. had $80 Whin Dis appeared and had evidently been. Tobb ii. is dying a sentence. Special to the sep Woel Winch Stein 3nd May 5.�?mas Smitski of Wayne county who hos been on trial this week for the murder of Quot David Saith found guilty As charged in the idiot iolent by the jury this evening to the amp Aitken diary for life. The dodgers cow saved. Washington May 6�?a connoted dispatch from Hoffman 8t Petersburg says no lives lost by the burning of the uni a cd states Steamer Rodgers at St. Lava Yenice fifty. To a Ini Exior of the massive Stone Structure Apo investigate Iii it was found that the Eye time inside of the building was in flames. A Genera alarm was at once Soun Dano i n a fear minutes the departments of Pius Argaud Allegheny City were at Betti the fire Iliad gained such head Way that Tleiji efforts were almost fruitless anti by o clock All that was left of the court House property was the Stone the Aire Cje faced intense excitement Hadron Ateo unt of the jail being attached to tie Burai ing. Baiming fears were entailed Itiat prisoners would escape. There was no a Casioa for Alario however As the jail was not in Dang a and a close guard was kept Over tiie inmates who were not aware that a. Fire was in Progress so near them. As soon As the fire was discovered a number of officials and others forced their Way into to in burning building and succeeded in saving nearly All of the records and Law Library. While endeavouring to leave with the records in the jury commissioners office Harry Mcdermott a brands in. Of jury commissioner Hogan was killed of falling Glass. Several firemen narrowly escaped death by burning and a number were More or less injured by falling debris but the Accident to Mcdermott is believed to the Only one resulting fatally. The building destroyed was of Stone and originally Cost about $200,000. Many thousands have since been expended on improvements. The insurance on the burned portion was $50,-000 and was All in Home companies. The origin of the fire is at present unknown

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